DUTCH club PSV Eindhoven are reportedly looking at Burnley forward Wout Weghorst ahead of the summer transfer window.

Weghorst joined the Clarets from German outfit Wolfsburg during the January transfer window and has made 15 Premier League appearances so far.

The forward scored his first goal for the club during a 3-0 victory at Brighton back in February and was also on target at West Ham earlier this month.

Weghorst is one of the names PSV are looking at as they aim to bolster their squad during the summer, according to Dutch newspaper Eindhovens Dagblad.

However, the report suggests the Eredivisie club will only turn to the Burnley man if they miss out on other targets.

The Dutch international is under contract at Turf Moor until the summer of 2025 and has been a regular starter since his arrival.

PSV are currently second in the Eredivisie table – four points behind leaders Ajax with four matches still to play before the end of the season.

Earlier this month, Roger Schmidt’s side suffered a 2-1 aggregate defeat against Leicester in the Europa Conference League quarter-final.

Weghorst is likely to be involved when Burnley head to Watford in a crucial game in the relegation battle this weekend.

The Clarets are out of the bottom three following back-to-back home wins against Southampton and Wolves.

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